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|By Gary D. Admire (ip68-225-210-68.ph.ph.cox.net - 184.108.40.206) on Wednesday, October 20, 2004 - 11:13 am: Edit Post|
Bush is my choice. I have found that Kerry tends to either exaggerate or falsify facts and positions. I consider him to be dishonest in this regard. Bush, for all of alleged faults, remains an honest person with the best interests of the country at heart.
|By ron green (cache-dtc-aa06.proxy.aol.com - 220.127.116.11) on Wednesday, October 20, 2004 - 1:05 pm: Edit Post|
Almost right -- I am strongly supporting Bush for ex-President.
|By Gundalow Bill NH (h000103bb00a3.ne.client2.attbi.com - 18.104.22.168) on Wednesday, October 20, 2004 - 1:55 pm: Edit Post|
Bush is my choice. While both seem honorable men,with the dangers apparent in the world today,I prefer conviction and action over conversation and uncertainty. To paraphrase Dante
"the deepest circle of hell is reserved for those who in times of moral uncertainty refuse
to take sides"
|By Dave Funnell (cpe-24-151-136-194.ma.charter.com - 22.214.171.124) on Wednesday, October 20, 2004 - 4:44 pm: Edit Post|
I am a little amazed to see how many people who supposedly went abroad not only to help but to find out about the other reality out there, are back home and now happily sucking air from the liberal hot air pump!
|By William Grothus (cache-dtc-aa06.proxy.aol.com - 126.96.36.199) on Wednesday, October 20, 2004 - 5:17 pm: Edit Post|
Bush will allow babies to be born and supports parents right to be informed parents. Kerry does not. Kerry will kill the children coming out of the womb. Ugh!
|By Don Rivard (209-112-180-129.doi.anc.acsalaska.net - 188.8.131.52) on Wednesday, October 20, 2004 - 6:19 pm: Edit Post|
I strongly support President Bush because 1) He believes in Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour, 2) he is pro-life, 3) he is against gay marriage, and 4) his strong stances and leadership regarding Iraq and terrorism are exactly what are needed in this daya and age.
|By Sally Lewis Regalo Bishop (cable-68-184-76-114.mgy.al.charter.com - 184.108.40.206) on Wednesday, October 20, 2004 - 7:20 pm: Edit Post|
I will vote for Bush because I do not think a man who is unprincipled enough to deny his faith deserves to be president. If Kerry will lie about being a faithful Catholic (and he does because I am a Catholic and I KNOW what the Church says) then how can we trust him to ever tell us the truth? If Kerry will promote the murder of innocent children then how can we ever trust him to protect our families? Bush may not be perfect but he has always done what he said he would as far as he was able!
Besides, after the last election and the Democratic attempt to deny the vote to our overseas servicemen, I swore I would never vote for another Democrat and nothing that they have done since has changed my mind!
Sally Lewis Regalo Bishop
(Thailand Group II, 1962-1964)
|By Stan Jeter (dialup-220.127.116.11.dial1.atlanta1.level3.net - 18.104.22.168) on Wednesday, October 20, 2004 - 7:38 pm: Edit Post|
President Bush represents me and my family best because of his pro-life policies and respect for traditional values, including marriage. Kerry's a smooth politician and a slick debater, but Bush has the resolve we need for fighting the difficult, global war against terror.
Colombia ETV, 1966-68
|By Beverly F Droge (umacs-179.umacs.net - 22.214.171.124) on Wednesday, October 20, 2004 - 10:33 pm: Edit Post|
I am going to vote for Bush. I feel he can provide the stronger decisive leadership. And that he is more honest and sincere. This is definately emotional, but I have never seen a canidate for president that has frightened me or given be the chills like Kerry. Scar in the Lion King comes to mind.
|By Lance Lyman (rrcs-67-78-166-200.se.biz.rr.com - 126.96.36.199) on Thursday, October 21, 2004 - 6:01 pm: Edit Post|
Mr. Bush. My work takes me to the
'hot spots'in the Middle East, Africa,
S. America, and Asia. Whereupon I deal
face-to-face with all kinds of local
government and military people. Sort of
a post-graduate Peace Corps globe trotting
life. I am there to work and do not engage in political dialog. Some of these places are quite
dangerous. It is unavoidable to be on the
receiving end of comments & tirads aginst
Mr. Bush, and separately & intertwined,
against our country.
Mr. Kerry is clearly unknown to most of my in-country interfaces, depending on the country. Except for his name and the almost mystical belief that he will greatly change things.
For me the Bush Administration has to have
the time to finish and/or solidify what it
has started. Strong decisive leadership is important.
Mr. Bush has it and Mr. Kerry does not.
My view was and is that a Mr. Kerry administration would have a negative impact on real-world risk-management activities in the nasty places work finds my crews and myself. And so I voted for Mr. Bush.
|By Leon A. Cloutier (69-24-10-32.dial.ncia.net - 188.8.131.52) on Friday, October 22, 2004 - 1:36 am: Edit Post|
As a vietnam veteran and an RPCV from Iran, I do not appreciate someone calling me a baby killer, muderer, or rapist. War is hell,and any one in their right mind does not like it. No matter what one's view of the Vietnam War is, we had a job to do and we did it. I can not vote for Mr. Kerry or any of his cronies. I will vote for Mr. Bush, and we must stay the course.
|By Todd Fine (c-24-130-95-39.we.client2.attbi.com - 184.108.40.206) on Monday, October 25, 2004 - 6:25 pm: Edit Post|
I am voting for Bush because Kerry is a known liar and the left wing of the democratic party has become a hateful group of screaming bitter individuals who would do anything to get J.Kerry elected. I believe this is the start of the new civil war in america.
|By Wright Meyer (cpe-024-211-126-093.sc.rr.com - 220.127.116.11) on Tuesday, October 26, 2004 - 11:26 am: Edit Post|
I support Bush for re-election. Folks, we have a problem. PCOL has biased the coverage towards Kerry. There are no statements from people saying why RPCV's should support Bush. We need to even the coverage up. I'm not talking about getting the poll evened up, I'm just saying that we need to make sure that we get our view heard, too. Notice that the only pictures and statements on the article are pro-Kerry. I don't have the resources/connections to do it, but please, if someone can get out there and get people to at least submit statements we can at least get equal coverage. Now, as to whether PCOL would even publish them, I suspect that's another issue for another day.
|By duck (httpbalt.northgrum.com - 18.104.22.168) on Tuesday, October 26, 2004 - 11:38 am: Edit Post|
Bush is the real deal, he is a godly man that doesn't hide from the ugly reality of our time.
Great scene in Matrix that illustrates our choice. It has Morpheus holding out two pills to Neo (Keanu Reeves). In one hand is a red pill (as in red states) representing truth and reality and in the other hand he shows the blue pill and saying "You wake in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe."
Let's take the red pill and face our problems!
Morpheus: You take the blue pill and the story ends. You wake in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. (a red pill is shown in his other hand) You take the red pill and you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes. (Long pause; Neo begins to reach for the red pill) Remember -- all I am offering is the truth, nothing more.
(Neo takes the red pill and swallows it with a glass of water)
|By Helen L. (22.214.171.124.ptr.us.xo.net - 126.96.36.199) on Tuesday, October 26, 2004 - 2:24 pm: Edit Post|
I believe Kerry supporters are of the throwback belief that the United States is not a part of history. Get real, folks! We know where Bush stands: he's a leader in the age of internet-driven terror. We do not know where Kerry stands: he is a follower of fickle opinion. Or look at their wives: Kerry's wife is prickly and abrupt; Bush's wife is calm and approachable. Their demeanors say a lot about the candidates.
|By Jeff Busch (c-24-18-148-118.client.comcast.net - 188.8.131.52) on Thursday, October 28, 2004 - 3:07 am: Edit Post|
President Bush. President Bush has made many tough decisions in the last 4 years in a world that has changed much quicker than many people want to admit. Were all the decisions that his administration made correct? Most definitely no. Were they better than Al Gore or John Kerry would have made, I believe deep down in the gut of my soul that they were.
The unfortunate thing is that there are many people who are blaming the president for all the ills that the world is facing at this time. He is not responsible for our economy, he is not responsible for 9/11, and he is not responsible for Sadam's direct violation for 10 years of the UN's resolutions. (of course there are many liberals who would willingly debate each of these points.)
Maybe a little history is in order: In the late 30's, Hitler moved troops into the demilitarized zone between Germany and France. He was testing the resolve of the world after the Versailles Treaty. Nobody did anything other than tell him "hey, you need to get out of there." Hitler said that France could have stopped him with the "flick of their wrist." Emboldened by this, he took Austria. Still, nobody did anything. Next came Czechoslovakia, when Europe finally decided to say something about this, he promised that he wouldn't go any further. Not too long after, he took the rest of Czechoslovakia. Then came Poland. Then the remainder of Europe (except Britain). Why? The european community wanted to negotiate, wanted him to follow their mandates, wanted him to follow their "Resolutions", but nobody would back their demands with action.
Fast forward to the situation in Iraq. Saddam attacked Kuwait. We reacted. 10 years Saddam was thumbing his nose at the UN and their Resolutions. Nobody would act. France and Germany (remember WWII wanted to "talk"). The UN didn't want to do anything about it other than make resolution after resolution after worthless resolution. Finally, Bush, backed by Kerry and the majority of congress, gave Saddam an ultimatum. Saddam thought nothing would happen, because for the last 10 years the UN has been a worthless entity in the Iraq/Saddam story. When Saddam again thumbed his nose at the UN and this ultimatum, Bush took action backed by the only other country to react to Hitler (Britain).
Has the war in Iraq gone tremendously well? Obviously not. Have mistakes been made? Definitely. The unfortunate thing is that TV and the internet have brought this war directly into our livingrooms, bedrooms, and dens. So what? Well, guaranteed that mistakes equal to or worse than what we have seen were made during the Revolutionary war, the Civil War, WWI, WWII, the Korean War, and Vietnam. War is not a pretty thing.
In Japan in WWII, one battle (the name of which escapes me right now) saw 6,800 american service men die a death so brutal that they were unable to identify their bodies. If that war had been fought with TV and Internet connections in every household, we would have lost a painful loss and the very freedom that allows the liberal left to so graciously attack the President of the United States would not exist.
But then again, I am just part of the conservative right that is confused about all the facts of history and brainwashed by a "conservative media" to spout off right-wing rhetoric... this topic can be left for another discussion.
|By HeyHoBushHasGottaGo! (adsl-20-68-45.mem.bellsouth.net - 184.108.40.206) on Friday, October 29, 2004 - 11:35 am: Edit Post|
Quote from previous post:
"Maybe a little history is in order: In the late 30's, Hitler moved troops into the demilitarized zone between Germany and France. He was testing the resolve of the world after the Versailles Treaty. Nobody did anything other than tell him "hey, you need to get out of there." Hitler said that France could have stopped him with the "flick of their wrist." Emboldened by this, he took Austria. Still, nobody did anything. Next came Czechoslovakia, when Europe finally decided to say something about this, he promised that he wouldn't go any further. Not too long after, he took the rest of Czechoslovakia. Then came Poland. Then the remainder of Europe (except Britain). Why? The european community wanted to negotiate, wanted him to follow their mandates, wanted him to follow their "Resolutions", but nobody would back their demands with action."
...Fast forward to 2003: Bush sends troops to Iraq to "liberate" Iraqi people--testing the resolve of the United Nations AND the majority of the world including Europe. The UN did nothing but tell him, "Hey mister Bush--Stop that. Preemptive war bad...." Bush say, "We have come as your saviors, you will be dancing in the streets." One year after mission accomplished and we are still there....the only dance going on now is the jihad shuffle. Poland and numerous NGOs are pulling out, Spain left long ago, as did the UN, and there are an estimated 100,000 Iraqi dead--an estimated 70% of which are women and children. And like a mushroom cloud on the horizon, Iran and North Korea are preparing for 4 more years of Bush. And Bush pretty much says no mistakes were made, no regrets, he'd do it all over again, and bring it on.
To paraphrase a few posts up, "Let's take the red pill and face our problems." Bush must've overdosed on a whole bottle of blue ones for sure! I won't make the mistake of voting a Bush into office EVER again!
|By RPCV in LA (220.127.116.11) on Friday, November 05, 2004 - 10:19 pm: Edit Post|
What a drubbing the Dems took, eh?!! That should make it loud and clear that Al-Qaeda, Kim Jong Il, France, Germany, Canada, Hollywood, CBS/NBC/ABC/CNN/NY Times/LA Times/Washington Post, Michael Moore, and MTV, DO NOT RUN THIS COUNTRY!!!
|By Anonymous (adsl-75-6-254-163.dsl.pltn13.sbcglobal.net - 18.104.22.168) on Sunday, August 27, 2006 - 7:29 am: Edit Post|
Go Bush!!!!!!!!!!!! Kerry is a traitor!!!!!